Police have found a body in the rubble of a burned bungalow belonging to a masked gunman suspected of shooting a Southern California family, killing two members.
Inglewood police Lt. James Madia (MAH-dee-ah) said the body was found late Saturday after a daylong search of the bungalow, which was packed with debris. He says an autopsy will determine whether the body is that of suspected gunman Desmond John Moses.
Investigators believe Moses wore a painter's mask when he entered the family's house and fired 10 times. A father and his 4-year-old son were killed; his wife and their two other children were wounded but are expected to survive.
Police say Moses had a dispute with the family, who lived on the same property in front of his bungalow.